Broncos 35, Chargers 24 - Forrest Lee
The Denver Broncos wiped out a 24-point halftime deficit and rallied for a 35-24 victory over the San Diego Chargers in an AFC clash Monday night at Qualcomm Stadium.
Jeff Triplette continues to amaze by calling bizarre false starts on Philip Rivers - Doug Farrar
In Monday night's game between the San Diego Chargers and Denver Broncos, Deputy Dawg was at it again. Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers was called for two false starts in the first half -- once for barely moving his hands pre-snap in a shotgun formation, and once for moving his head under center pre-snap. Atlanta Falcons President and NFL Competition Committee Chairman Rich McKay recently said that pre-snap quarterback movement would be a greater point of emphasis this season, but anyone would have to agree that this was a bit much.
Phillip Rivers' 4th interception is the worst one - Joel Thorman
Philip Rivers will want a lot of throws back from Monday's Broncos-Chargers game but the one that really sticks out is the Chris Harris interception that essentially sealed the game.
Final: Denver Broncos 35 - San Diego Chargers 24 - Troy Hufford
The Broncos overcome a 24-0 deficit to win the game by scoring 35 unanswered points and forcing 6 turnovers. This was the largest halftime deficit that Peyton Manning has ever seen and the Broncos now tie for the division lead going into their bye week.
San Diego Chargers Blow 24-0 Haltime Lead, Lose 35-24 - John Gennaro
After having one of the best first halves of football under Norv Turner, the San Diego Chargers had maybe the worst second half of football in franchise history and lost an important game.
A Tale of Two Halves Dooms Chargers - Ricky Henne
It was a tale of two halves. The Chargers dominated the first 30 minutes to take a 24-0 lead only to see the Broncos put up a furious rally and ultimately steal a 35-24 victory at Qualcomm Stadium.
Rapid Reaction: Broncos 35, Chargers 24 - Bill Williamson
Meanwhile, San Diego quarterback Philip Rivers couldn’t hang with Manning as the Chargers gave up their second double-digit lead in the second half in as many weeks. Rivers threw three of his four interceptions and lost two fumbles in the second half. His turnovers resulted directly in two touchdowns for Denver. It was a tale of two very different quarterbacks when it mattered most.